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2015 Deakin Estate Moscato

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Easy drinking and toothsome is pretty much the theme with this bright, grapey, spritzy number from Deakin Estate. Aromas of apples, grapes and musk florals leap out of the glass, whilst the palate is sweet and delicately fizzy, with some lemony acidity cleaning up the finish. It's great value, and more of a dessert wine than a table wine, so try it with some cupcakes.

Winemaker's Notes

Crafted from Muscat Gordo Blanco grapes and fermented with aromatic yeast to accentuate the fruit character. The slow, cool fermentation was arrested early, ensuring the alcoholic content remains low, then blended and stabilised with the utmost care taken to preserve the flavours and aromas.

Colour: Pale lime-yellow

Aroma: Fresh and fruity nose with lifted floral notes, exotic tropical fruit and musk

Palate: Light in alcohol. Spritzy and sweet with fresh, natural acidity and a refreshing green apple finish

Cellaring potential: Ready to enjoy now. Serve chilled

Ideal food matches: All types of desserts including meringue and cheesecake, or a fresh fruit salad of berries

Alc/vol: 6.5%

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2015 Deakin Estate Moscato

Expert Reviews

James Halliday (2012 Vintage) says
Clean and fresh, with green apple and grape aromas and flavours; very sweet, but the tangy acidity provides contrast and energy.
To 2014
Australian Wine Companion 2014 Edition
Tyson Stelzer (2010 Vintage) says
Cheap, fresh, sweet and giggly - if you're desperate and dateless you'll find some consolation here. At just 4.5% alcohol you could polish off the bottle in a night and still drive home!
WINE 100 Magazine - 2011 2011
James Halliday (2009 Vintage) says
This is one of the very few super-low alcohol examples that has intensity of flavour, and more importantly considerable length. Its high residual sugar (100 grammes per litre) is largely masked by its low pH of 2.92 rather than its middle of the road (6.5 grammes per litre) of acidity.
Australian Wine Companion 2011 2010
Campbell Mattinson (2009 Vintage) says
Two wines really caught my eye at a recent visit to Deakin Estate. The first was the 2009 Moscato, weighing in at a remarkably low 4.5 per cent alcohol. That's low even by moscato standards. And yet it works: it's fresh and musky, sherberty and delicious. If you like the moscato style, and in particular the lack of alcohol punch, then you've found yourself a bargain.
Gourmet Traveller Wine 2010
Peter Forrestal (2008 Vintage) says
This is quite an unusual style of moscato, with sweet herbal characters that reminded me of fresh garden herbs. It's crisp, clean, fresh and well priced
Quaff 2010 2009
Peter Forrestal (2007 Vintage) says
This is way too sweet for me but I do like its attractive sweet lime cordial flavours.
Quaff 2009 2008
Ken Gargett (2007 Vintage) says
Delightful example of this increasingly popular style that originated from Italy. The key is freshness, a little spritz and a little sweetness and often a lower than usual alcohol. This has a smidgen more sweetnemss than some but doesnt cloy.
Brisbane Courier Mail 2008

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